Why We Like The Rival 22 ZeroLoss 11-Speed Shifters
Ideally, shifting is one of those things you hardly even notice, but experience tells us all that isn't always the case. Things get out of whack, drivetrains get worn, and all of a sudden it's a battle to get into the right gear, generally when your need to shift is most pressing. SRAM's ZeroLoss technology within the Rival 22 ZeroLoss 11-Speed Shifters provides instant reaction from your shifters and cables, so there's no lag time between pulling a lever and changing gears, and it automatically adjusts trim to ensure smooth, quiet drivetrains that feel just about perfect. DoubleTap shifting, cribbed from SRAM's top-shelf Red groupset, makes for short, quick shifts, and SRAM's reach adjust design lets you move the levers closer to or farther from the bars to suit your hand size. The aluminum levers are light and tough, and SRAM designed them with two different cable routing options, so you can run cables along the inside or outside of your bars for a streamlined look and killer efficiency.
- SRAM's lightweight alloy shifters dial in the perfect ride
- Forged aluminum sheds weight to maintain reliability and comfort
- DoubleTap shifting technology changes gears easier and faster
- Zero Loss technology enhances immediate engagement
- Reach adjust dials in the perfect lever and paddle position
- Item #SRM001C
- Crankset Compatibility
- SRAM RED 22, Force 22, Rival 22 Yaw
- Compatible Components
- Claimed Weight
- [pair] 11.7oz (332g)
- road cycling, gravel, cyclocross
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
4.5 based on 2 ratings
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May 25, 2021
Long time SRAM user
- I've put it through the wringer
This has been my go to for a budget build for gravel or a project bike to get it rolling. I paired this recently with a Force rear Derailleur and that is the key to longevity for the whole drivetrain. I average about 3000-3500 miles a year over 2 bikes and I can get 2 gravel seasons out of the rear shifter. would recommend for cable actuated brakes.
December 27, 2020
Great and solid shifters, put this on a 1x build with a long cage rival derailleur, works great
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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